Farrah Abraham has given fans a virtual tour of the room where she lost her virginity.
The 25-year-old reality star uploaded a video to Twitter to mark National Teen Pregnancy Prevention month, with the short clip showing her followers the bed which still remains "darling" to her.
Captioning the upload "Where I lost my virginity! #16&Pregnant #NationalCampaign", Farrah said in the video: "Happy month of May and I just wanted to share for the campaign, May is one of the top months when people lose their virginity or get pregnant so I wanted to show you because I had the opportunity to be back in the house of '16 & Pregnant' and 'Teen Mom' and this is the place where I lost my virginity. It's still in its fashion and form. I love it. It's so darling to me and that's where I lost my virginity."
The room featured a metal framed double bed, white bed covers and floral cushions, with lamps at either side, while a porcelain doll could be seen stood on a side table inside a glass case.
The mother-of-one ended the virtual tour with a not-so-subtle plug for her autobiography 'My Teenage Dream Ended', which was published in 2012.
She added: "Read my book"
Farrah got pregnant in 2008 by Derek Underwood, who had been her boyfriend for two years at the time, but he died in a car accident a month before she was due to give birth.
The reality star shot to fame when she appeared in '16 and Pregnant', which documented the pregnancies and first months of motherhood for several young women, and she went on to be cast in spin-off series 'Teen Mom', for which she appeared in four seasons until it ended in 2012.